August 20, 2015, – Ken Lewis is proud to announce the launch of MusicSchoolOnline.com, providing an easy, motivational approach for learning how to sing or play an instrument from the privacy of your computer, tablet or phone. Launching with over 400 music video lessons to start, MusicSchoolOnline.com provides conveniently accessible and affordable resources for the novice and/or aspiring musician, as well as the seasoned musicians eager to polish their skills, in an easy-to-follow, monthly subscription streaming service, with prices starting as low as $9.99 / $14.99 / $19.99.
Founded by Ken Lewis, a Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist and producer with over 23 years of experience making major label records, MusicSchoolOnline.com provides fun and affordable music lessons for all ages that will inspire and awaken the spark of music inside everyone.
Pick your favorite instrument and start learning now, from MusicSchoolOnine.com’s award-winning instructors at affordable prices!
MusicSchoolOnline.com launches with over 400 video tutorials teaching voice, piano, guitar, drums, bass, rhythm section, extensive music theory, and MSO Kids animated episodes. New video and resource content will be constantly added to the site, with over 200 more lessons already created.
MusicSchoolOnline’s instructors are all top-level professional musicians who have major credits with artists playing on Gold, Platinum, and Grammy nominated records. Prospective students can hear their work on songs like Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk”, Alicia Keys “Girl On Fire”, Kanye West’s “Power” and countless others. Lessons generally pair teaching a skill with learning a current or classic song utilizing that skill, so your playing improves while you stay interested. Learning is made easy with on screen graphics, chords, finger positions, tab, split screens, chapter markers, and supplemental materials.
Forget traveling to take expensive private lessons!
Learn some of the most popular songs on the radio taught by some of the world’s best instructors, anywhere, any time, at your own pace, on any device, affordably! Suggested courses will help guide the beginner’s learning experience while extensive music theory tutorials will help the very serious musicians advance their skills to the highest levels.
Beginners will easily conquer the fear of how to get started, as they learn to play a fun song on day one, such as Ken Lewis’s Guitar Lesson 1 – “Royals” by Lorde, or Alfie Magliano’s basic Piano Lesson “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith. Pause, rewind, watch again and again until you get it right! Then move on and pick your next lesson instantly. You choose what you learn.
MSO KIDS EPISODES!
Parents! Many of your children get little to no exposure to music education nowadays in school, unlike when we grew up. MSO Kids animated episodes will keep your children fascinated and engaged as they learn about music, while singing and playing along with Dave and our animated musical monsters, Woofgang, Banjo, Spike, and Belle. MSO Kids ukulele and recorder lessons are perfect for elementary kids learning recorder in school, and offer super, simple-to-follow on screen finger positions, while instructor Dave keeps the learning fun and easy. Your kids can learn “Let It Go” (Frozen) on recorder, and so much more. Give them the opportunity to experience the joy of making music, and while your at it, pick back up that old guitar sitting in your closet and fall in love with music all over again.
Pricing Plans and options:
– Monthly subscriptions ranging from $9.99, $14.99, and $19.99.
– 6 Month All-Access Membership available for $99.99
– 1 Year All-Access Membership available for $189.99
Please visit MusicSchoolOnline.com today to sample over a dozen free video lessons here: https://musicschoolonline.com/free_lessons/#lastvideo
For more information on instructional music video lessons, instruments, and pricing, please visit: www.musicschoolonline.com
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